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Laroo

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I've only got one, a 70e my brothers and I bought it for my dad in 1982 for his birthday.
He gave it to me before he died, it's something I'll keep forever. I'd like to see some more.

 
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Laroo

Dreams of $3500 of bacon
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When I was a kid in the late 70's early 80's my family had a small logging business in Idaho, we cut saw logs, cellar timbers for potato cellars an a lot of firewood. We had a fleet of those red saws, a couple of 80's 5 or 6 70e a 52 and a 49 that I started with, limbing and keeping the landing cleaned up. All that is left is 4 70e's one for each of us boys. They all still run good and get a fair amount of work.
 
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Homelite410

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That's a 36 on it with half skip chisel. Love that combo. It'll hold12500 in the cut pretty good. I have a 2150 with a 45 mm Mac titan 50 piston in the works and squeak II 2150 with 359 crank and 272 top end. Some day ill get it done.

Adapters. I just got some fires at work put out so I can breathe now I have 2 mufflers to mod this week and modify a vise to accept a timberline. I will see what I can do.
 
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Eccentric

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That's a 36 on it with half skip chisel. Love that combo. It'll hold12500 in the cut pretty good. I have a 2150 with a 45 mm Mac titan 50 piston in the works and squeak II 2150 with 359 crank and 272 top end. Some day ill get it done.

Adapters. I just got some fires at work put out so I can breathe now I have 2 mufflers to mod this week and modify a vise to accept a timberline. I will see what I can do.
Sounds good Mike. Can't wait to see Squeak II up and running. Didn't mean to pressure yo on the S/H adapters. LMK if you're able to crank out a couple of them. Will get at least one for myself, and will give one to my buddy for his Homelite 750 so he can once again run his Cannon 48" bar on it. Years ago (after the 750 was retired and left to languish on the porch), he had the slot on that Cannon milled to 12mm for use on his 066 (sacrilege). Last year I brought that 750 back from the dead.:thumbsup:
 
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